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If you or someone you love is facing DUI charges, there’s no substitute for the guidance of a seasoned criminal defense lawyer. The laws pertaining to DUI in Florida are complex. No two cases are exactly alike. Attorney Todd Kawecki can review your criminal history and the facts of your case to develop the strongest possible defense given the circumstances. In many cases, it is possible to secure reduced charges, reduced penalties, or the outright dismissal of a DUI case.
The sooner you speak with DUI attorney Todd Kawecki about your case, the sooner he can start fighting for your rights. He can help you avoid mistakes early in the proceedings that might weaken your defense, such as providing harmful statements to law enforcement. Even if you have already spoken to police, there’s a very good chance that an effective defense strategy will apply to your case.
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There are many attorneys who accept criminal defense and DUI cases, but not all of them have the resources and experience to provide effective representation. Some of these law firms take on too many clients; others don’t have a thorough understanding of the relevant statutes.
Todd Kawecki devotes his entire practice to criminal defense and DUI law. He knows what it takes to achieve successful outcomes in even the most complex cases. His many 5-star reviews on Google are a testament to the dedicated representation that Todd provides to each and every client.
The cost of representation will depend on the specific facts of the case. However, the consultation is free. Call us today, and Todd can listen to the facts of your case and may be able to provide an immediate quote for legal representation.
The best step you can take to protect your rights is to speak with a DUI lawyer. Todd can help you avoid costly mistakes that would weaken or limit your defense options. You should not provide statements to law enforcement; rather, let your DUI lawyer handle all such correspondence. Do not discuss the matter on social media. In fact, you should limit your use of social media until the resolution of your case. Of course, you must be careful to avoid any further issues with law enforcement since any subsequent charges could be detrimental to your case.